Shoot the Hero (2010)

R   |    |  Action, Comedy


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Twisted humor and bullets fly when a young couple shopping for wedding rings and two brothers who can't seem to get along, become entangled with a crazy mob boss out for revenge.


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29 November 2010 | kosmasp
5
| Too full ..
...of itself? Most people here seem to think so. And yes the movie tries very hard to be clever and sometimes (many times) it does not achieve anything quite as good as what its goal is. Trying to copy from the "best" (Tarantino and others, though the former does also like to "copy" as he says himself) is not a bad idea to start off. But when people start comparing you with those other guys you copy, you should be prepared to take a hit or two.

The movie takes quite a few hits here. But still managed to get people like Fred Williamson and Danny Trejo involved. The former was a producer as he said at a con and got Danny to be in the movie. Trying to give back as both said. Helping new filmmakers out. And if you ask Fred, than this movie, as any other movie he is involved, is at least great! Then again he might not have seen it himself, so who is he to judge?

Seriously though: If you can get over a few bumps throughout the whole thing and don't compare it too much to other movies ... you might enjoy it quite a bit. Which is a testament to the actors.

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